Anquan Boldin Fantasy Update: Ravens Wide Receiver Picked Up 132 Yards In Victory

Anquan Boldin was held without a touchdown for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but that doesn't mean he was worthless for his fantasy owners on Sunday afternoon. In fact, thanks to what ended up being a porous Houston Texans defense, Boldin had the fourth best fantasy football game from receivers at the conclusion of Sunday afternoon's game.

Boldin hauled in eight receptions for 132 yards, accounting for nearly half of Joe Flacco's 20 total completions. His game could've been better, but the Ravens two touchdowns came on a Flacco sneak and Ricky Williams run as the remainder of their points came on field goal attempts. 

Boldin was averaging 56 receiving yards a game with 222 receiving yards on the season and one touchdown through his first five games of the 2011 NFL season. Boldin's receiving yards per game is up nearly 5 yards per game.

Boldin was ranked by Yahoo! as the 18th ranked wide receiver heading into Week 6 taking on the Houston Texans who rank 6th against the pass.

For more on Boldin and his matchup with the Texans, check out SB Nation's Ravens blog, Baltimore Beatdown, and our Texans blog, Battle Red BlogFor more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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